- Provide humanitarian support in China.
- Help to develop a civil society in China.
- Promote rule-of-law, human rights, and freedom of expressions.
- Focus on grass-root and people who are neglected by the outside world.
Donation (EIN 30-0413217)
Your donation is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Click here for details.
Following the successful Christmas card signing event in San Francisco Bay Area, Humanitarian China and other concerned individuals in Austin, Texas will held a Chinese New Year card signing event to the political prisoners and their families in China.
Time: January 26, 2013 (Sat), 3pm to 5pm
Place: Spicewood Springs Branch Library, 8637 Spicewood Springs Road, Austin, TX 78759
Welcome to organize your own campaign to send cards to the prisoners and families in these lists: current prisoners, newly released and families. The address labels (30 addresses/page, Avery Template 5160 compatible) of the combined lists are here. If you have updated information regarding these lists, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to join us to help prisoners of conscience in China and their families. They had made sacrifice for a better China. In return, many of them face hardship during and after their imprisonment. You can help with a monthly donation of $10,$60 in 6 months or $120 yearly donation.
What we have done in 2012?
Here is the list of people/projects we supported in 2012. We provided humanitarian support to more than 40 families suffered from political and religious prosecution by the Chinese government. Comparing all those thrown into the “stability maintenance维稳” system, it is just a drop in the ocean. Please join us to do more in the coming months!
March 3, 2013
The families of Zhu Yufu (朱虞夫) went to United States to appeal for rescue. Humanitarian China provided financial support.
June 3, 2012
Humanitarian China and other human rights organizations in Bay Area held a candlelight vigil/concert to commemorate the 23th anniversary of June 4 Massacre. The “second generation of June 4″ played an important role the first time. Reports: RFA, Sing Tao, World Journal, Epoch Times (1, 2).
April 30, 2012
Jing Zhao submitted a shareholder’s proposal for Microsoft 2012 annual meeting to establish a Human Rights Committee. The company attorney responded positively and will start dialog on the issue.
Humanitarian China provided aids to a political prisoner for financial and medical need, who is just released from a 11-year prison term.
Humanitarian China provided financial aids to a protester for legal assistance who was detained after urging the officials to release their personal finance information.
February 6, 2012
Humanitarian China provided financial aids to a netizen for medical treatment. He had been prosecuted by police during the Jasmine Revolution last year.
February 4, 2012
Humanitarian China provided financial support to a NGO in China which helps front-line human rights activities.
Thanks to Jing Zhao’s persistent effort to push Human Rights policy of international corporations using shareholder proposals. Humanitarian China (p.2) and Zhao’s proposals (p.41-42) are listed in The Proxy Review, which the Chicago Tribune called the “Bible for socially progressive foundations, religious groups, pension funds, and tax-exempt organizations”.
January 6, 2012
Welcome Qian Wu (吴倩), a veteran Human Rights activist, to join the board of Humanitarian China. Qianjin Zhang was elected to be the President of Humanitarian China. Click here for the administrative team.
October 15, 2011
Humanitarian China provided financial aid to veteran human right activities Liu Di (刘迪) for medical treatment.
October 10, 2011
Jing Zhao and Morton Sklar met with HP officials who are responsible to its Human Rights policy. The process was not easy. But it had started.
September 22, 2011
After learning the harassment she had suffered from the police, Qianjin Zhang helped the daughter of Xianbin Liu (刘贤斌) starting a new life in the Bay Area without fear. Zhang appealed to the public to assist the children of the politically prosecuted in China (RFA: 1 , 2 )
Humanitarian China helped a relative of a June 4 massacre victim in Beijing for medical treatment.
August 23/25, 2011
Jing Zhao and Morton Sklar had meetings with Intel and Cisco . The meeting with Intel was open and constructive. But the meeting with Cisco was a different story.
August 7, 2011
Humanitarian China transferred financial aid to non-government sponsored church in Beijing from supporters.
August 1, 2011
Humanitarian China welcomed Hong Kong Alliance delegate to visit San Francisco. Public activities included flower offering to Goddess of Democracy and welcome dinner/public forum. Report: Sing Tao , RFA , Boxun , World Journal ( 1 , 2 ).
June 23, 2011
Humanitarian China held a welcome gathering for widow of June 4 massacre victim Yu Di (于地), Liping Xu, to arrive in Bay Area.
June 4, 2011
Humanitarian China commemorated the 22th anniversary of June 4 massacre in public forum and candle light vigil. Fengsuo Zhou disclosed evidence of a massacre victim provided by widow of Yu Di (于地). Forum: Epoch Times , Singtao . Vigil: Epoch Times , RFA , World Journal .
May 5, 2011
Jing Zhao and Morton Sklar had a successful meeting with Intel officials, which provided a framework for future discussions.
April 25, 2011
To extend our helping hands beyond races and national borders, Humanitarian China channeled donation to Japan earthquake and tsunami victims through a local NGO.
April 24, 2011
Jing Zhao’s David-vs-Goliath style fight for human rights policies with Yahoo was quoted in a CNN article .
April 5, 2011
Victory: Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) sided with Jing Zhao regarding the dispute with Yahoo on the shareholder proposals about human rights policy. Afterward, Yahoo contacted Zhao for further discussion.
February 2, 2011
Jing Zhao had a constructive meeting with Intel officials to push for human rights policy. He agreed to withdraw the proposal in the shareholders meeting and in return to have a constant communication channel with Intel in the long term.
January 30, 2011
Humanitarian China provided financial aids to a newly released political prison for medical treatment.
January 30, 2011
Humanitarian China, Chinese Democracy Education Foundation and other Bay Area organizations held a public memorial for Szeto Wah, a pro-democracy movement leader from Hong Kong. Report: Epoch Times , RFA , World Journal and KTSF .
January 27, 2011
Jing Zhao attended Visa shareholders meeting to advocate a human rights policy. A frank discussion was conducted with Visa officials regarding lack of such policy.
January 22, 2011
Humanitarian China, Councilman Barry Chang, other organizations and concerned individuals in Bay Area once again held the Chinese new year cards signing for political prisoners in China. Report: RFA .
Humanitarian China provided financial aids to 15 released prisons of conscience in Beijing who face hardship due to political prosecution.
Letters from donors
May 6, 2012
To honor Yaxue Cao and her fight to free Mr. Chen. For all the brave Chinese dissidents.
Jan 15, 2012
Dear Mr. Fang Zhang,
I am writing to you today to notify that I would like to extend my gratitude for everything you’ve done through a donation of 10 dollars per month. I would like to help you provide humanitarian aid and means of sustenance to the kin of those who are subjugated to oppression by their political system; I’m referring to the program sponsored by Humanitarian China, by the way. Anyways, I just wanted to chip in with $120, a portion of the stipend I received from my summer research internship.
As always, best wishes,
To: Ms. Ding Zilin
May 26, 2011
Dear Tiananmen mother:
My name is D. I am a seventeen-year-old high school student, born in the United States. I first heard of you from my father and Mr. Fang Zheng. I was propelled into action upon hearing that you lost a son who was close to my age in the June 4th incident. I am aware that you and other parents were unfortunate enough to lose your sons and daughters in the crackdown on June 4th, 1989. Although I may never completely comprehend the sense of loss you’ve felt, I offer my deepest condolences. However, in my opinion, your children have not perished without a cause; in fact, their lives were relinquished in pursuit of what I deem the noblest of causes. They all pursued democratic liberty in China through nonviolent means. Although they are gone, their ideals and goals are not; in fact, the feats they strove to accomplish have made them heroes, in my mind at least.
I write to you today with this message, but also a donation. After hearing of this situation, I’ve collected a bit of money that I can only hope that you’ll be able to put to good use. I wish you only the best of luck in your endeavors.
(Click here for the image of the letter)
4、xxx，当年”八九*六四”时，他曾是高自联xxxx，为此曾被关在秦城监狱一年，1995年被警方以盲流遣送到了湖北一收容站，差点被整死在里面。 xxx弟兄患有严重的腰椎间盘脱出症，但是为了一家人的生活（妻子、两个孩子）一直在努力的工作着。因为曾是六四学生领袖、现是教会负责人，在北京又没有 自己的房子，时常被有关部门赶来赶去，断水断电，生活十分的艰难。
Last updated: May 06, 2013, 1:31:35 AM